Massachusetts

Massachusetts

  Voting Population

Eligibility (72.5% eligible to vote)
Massachusetts, one of the original 13 colonies, joined the Union in February 1788, and has participated in all 58 presidential elections. The state has been reliably Democratic since 1928, but has voted Republican four times since then – twice each for Dwight Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan. Massachusetts was the only state to vote for George McGovern in his huge 1972 electoral loss to Richard Nixon. Like many northeastern states, Massachusetts slowly lost its electoral clout over the course of the 20th century. The state has lost 1/3 of its electoral votes since the 1920s, falling from 18 to 11. In 2016, Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump 60% to 33%.

Massachusetts has 11 Electoral College votes to cast in Presidential elections.

State Capital: Boston, MA   •   2020 Population: 6,976,597   •   US Representatives: 9

  Recent Election Results

Leaning
66%
Democrat
2016 Presidential (22.3% voted Republican)
2012 Presidential (39.3% voted Democratic)
2016 US Senate
2016 US House
2014 Gubernatorial

 Current Elected Officials

This is the list of elected officials for Massachusetts. This includes roles such as Governor and Lieutenant Governor, US and state senators and house representatives.

RepresentativeOfficeContact
Elizabeth Warren Profile Picture
 Elizabeth Warren
U.S. Senator
309 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
 (202) 224-4543
     
Edward J. Markey Profile Picture
 Edward J. Markey
U.S. Senator
255 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
 (202) 224-2742
     
Charles D. Baker Profile Picture
 Charles D. Baker
Governor of Massachusetts
24 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02133
 (617) 725-4005
 constituent.services@state.ma.us
   
Karyn Polito Profile Picture
 Karyn Polito
Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts
24 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02133
 (617) 725-4005
 constituent.services@state.ma.us
   
Maura Healey Profile Picture
 Maura Healey
MA Attorney General
1 Ashburton Place
Boston, MA 02108
 (617) 727-2200
 ago@state.ma.us
   
Deborah B. Goldberg Profile Picture
 Deborah B. Goldberg
MA State Treasurer
24 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02133
 (617) 367-6900
     
William Francis Galvin Profile Picture
 William Francis Galvin
MA Secretary of the Commonwealth
1 Ashburton Place
Boston, MA 02108
 (617) 727-7030
 cis@sec.state.ma.us
   
Suzanne M. Bump Profile Picture
 Suzanne M. Bump
MA State Auditor
24 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02133
 (617) 727-2075
 auditor@sao.state.ma.us
   

While the President and Vice President are the only elected officials at the National level, there are hundreds of other positions appointed by the President himself.

Massachusetts will cast 11 Electoral College votes in the upcoming 2020 Presidential elections.

RepresentativeOfficeContact
Donald J. Trump Profile Picture
 Donald J. Trump
President of the United States
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20500
 (202) 456-1111
     
Mike Pence Profile Picture
 Mike Pence
Vice President of the United States
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20500
 (202) 456-1111
     

 Elected Role Descriptions

Auditor:

The Auditor General is the chief fiscal watchdog of the commonwealth. This person is responsible for using annual audits to ensure that all government money is spent legally and properly.

Lieutenant Governor:

In most cases, the lieutenant governor is the highest officer of state after the governor, standing in for that officer when they are absent from the state or temporarily incapacitated. In the event a governor dies, resigns or is removed from office, the lieutenant governor typically becomes governor.

Treasurer:

Typically, the Treasurer's duties include financial management and oversight of the particular department of which he or she manages. A Treasurer may also manage or oversee the financial affairs of the organization, often including tasks as selecting a bank, reconciling bank statements, and managing cash flow.

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